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Your Future: Make It Your Own is an initiative focused on giving students access to resources and information that will help them identify their strengths and abilities so that they can find a career that suits them and get paid for it.
 
We’re agnostic in opportunities and career paths; we just give students opportunities to educate, learn, prepare and self-identify what they can do and how they can get paid for it. 
 
We are reaching out to a select few parents/guardians to gather insights to help us refine and communicate with clarity and confidence to students, parents, and educators as we continue this initiative. We appreciate your feedback. 

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* 1. What grade is your child currently attending? (check all that apply, if you have more than one child)

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* 2. How well does your child's school communicate programs that talk about student skills and abilities as it relates to a path to a career?

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* 3. How often do you discuss your child’s passions, interests, skills, and abilities and how they relate to specific paths to a career?

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* 4. Do you think your child has enough information about different careers they can explore?

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* 5. Who talks to your child about exploring different careers?

  A great deal More than average Sometimes Not much at all Never N/A
Teacher
Counselor
Parents
Guardian
Friends
Peers
School
Online

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* 6. How much of a role do you think your child's passions should play in their decision to explore paths to a career?

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* 7. What type of information could be communicated better by the schools to help children understand what to expect when they join the workforce?

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* 8. How much information do you think your child has about the following career exploration opportunities?

  Great deal of information Some information No information at all
Attending 4-year college
Pursuing a certification
Joining a trade
Going to trade/vocational school
Starting a business
Apprenticeships
Going to community college
Internships
Getting a job right after high school
Joining the military

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* 9. How much pressure do you think your child feels to explore a specific career? (select between 1-10, with 1 being almost no stress and 10 being maximum stress)

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